Her Last Chance Cowboy
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Her Last Chance Cowboy by T.J. Robinson

09/01/2021

Everyone Needs a Hero.
Everyone except Samantha Covington. She just needs a vacation. Two weeks at Hartstone Ranch, a dude ranch in idyllic Colorado, is just the thing she needs. Raised in New York City, Sam's not thrilled about the dirt, the animals, or the rustic living, but her bulldog attorney isn't giving her the option to say no.

With a life-changing deal on the line, and danger lurking in the shadows, the thirty-one-year-old CEO needs some time off before things get really heated. She's definitely not looking for a fling with a handsome cowboy, no matter how sexy he is.

Stone Montgomery isn't looking for a second chance at love, but he's happy to help Samantha find her way around his ranch and relieve some stress. When his feelings for her take an unexpected turn, he's more than happy to follow them, but there's one small problem - Stone Montgomery is hiding one very big secret.

Can Stone convince Samantha to let down her guard long enough to explore what they could have together? Sam doesn't do relationships. They don't fit into her life, but she never expected what she found at Hartstone. Will Stone's secret ruin their chance for love, or will Sam take one last chance and let her heart decide?

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